From Hitler to Michael Jackson, Ridiculous Nobel Prize Winners
By: Muhammad Aanish Mujahid
Oct 07, 2019
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From Hitler to Michael Jackson, Ridiculous Nobel Prize Winners

In this article, we will try to provide the historical information that you not know. So, read till the end to know about the ridiculous nobel prize winners in history.

Oslo: Earlier this year, after a bloody history dispute, Hitler was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, which means anyone can be nominated.

From Fuhrer to "King of Pop", the award has been nominated for almost 120 years, and nominations include a few selections. To say the least, it sounds impossible and completely weird.

In January 1939, eight months before the Polish invasion, Eric Brand, a member of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, wrote a letter to the Nobel Committee of Norway and recommended Hitler's peace prize.

In his letter, Brent writes that within a few months of the integration of Austria and South Sudan, he praised the leader of the Third Empire's "love of peace", and called him the "Prince of Press.".

Brent later explained that the nomination was ironic - though many people lost their irony - and protested that British Prime Minister Navy Chamberlain was nominated for a 1938 Munich deal in Czechoslovakia. was done. Was handed over to Germany.

The logic is that if Chamberlain is to be praised for the affections of Hamler, Fuller should do the same. Bryant eventually canceled the nomination, but Hitler is still a presidential candidate.

Nobel historian Aussie Swain told AFP: "Naming Eric Brandt's adolf Hitler’s history perfectly demonstrates a serious political climate. How dangerous it is to use sarcasm."

Stalin and Mussolini too?

As long as the proposal is sent through the deadline of January 31, the Nobel Committee accepts all suggestions.

However, although no one can be nominated, no one can submit the nomination.

Eligible individuals include parliamentarians and ministers from different countries, former winners, some university professors, and current and former members of the committee. Their number is tens.

Olu Jolstad, secretary of the influential committee, told AFP: "There are too many people to nominate candidates. Nomination is not a complicated matter."

Ironically, German and French scholars proposed Benito Mussolini, the dictator of Italy's invasion, in 1935, a few months after the country's invasion of Ethiopia.

As a winner of World War II, Russian leader Joseph Stalin was nominated twice in 1945 and 1948.

Once the deadline passes, nominations are nominated and only a short list is available for review by the Commission and its advisors.

A former historian of the committee, Gerndstad, told AFP: "It doesn't matter if Hitler, Stalin, or Mussolini have given serious consideration to the peace prize."

"What is most surprising to me is that many dictators in the world have not nominated themselves."

Over the past two decades, the number of candidates has increased, and there are now more than 300 people, so it is not surprising that there are so many wonderful numbers.

Jolstadt said that "one or two" nominations were "renowned for their individuality" on a regular basis.

From Fashion to Peace

The list of candidates should be kept secret for at least 50 years, but sponsors can publicly declare their selection.

The weirdness of the nomination is certainly a point of view, but some tips will surely surprise most people.

In 2001, football was represented by FIFA.

The Swedish parliamentarians behind the nomination argued that sports had "the potential to create positive international connections" and played a role in a "more peaceful world."

This is not a creative idea, as Jules Remit, who started the first World Cup, was also nominated in 1956, and was prompted by the author of the Nobel Prize history, Anton Jacob.

Famous idol Michael Jackson competed in the 1998 run.

Although there were not many allegations of child sexual abuse against the "king of pop music" at the time, the committee did not impress on the artist's message "treating the world."

Linstad said: "Romanian lawmakers who suggested Michael Jackson think the nomination is very serious, but the committee did not consider that nomination."

But in 2001, Lindstad also said that famous musicians in business, such as Bob Geldof, Bono or Sting, did not think it was impossible to get an award one day.

Jolstadt explained: "The artist's name appears often, but this is the latest trend."

US President Donald Trump and Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg will be nominated for this year's Nobel Peace Prize on October 11.

However, Lindstedt insists that you should not be excited about the nomination alone.

He said: "It's easy to nominate." "It's much harder to win."

Muhammad Aanish Mujahid

Muhammad Aanish Mujahid

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